The International Forum on Globalization defines neoliberalism as "the present worldwide drive toward a globalized economic system dominated by supranational corporate trade and banking institutions that are not accountable to democratic processes or national governments" where once-public entities are privatized (like utilities, education, even gas and oil manufacturing), markets are deregulated and economies restructured to respond to the demands of international markets rather than meet the basic needs of society.
What does IFG stand for?
IFG stands for International Forum on Globalization
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- Innovation Film Group (Malibu, CA)
- Insight Funding Group (Oklahoma City, OK)
- Insignia Financial Group Inc.
- Institut de Formation en Gestion (French: Institute of Management Training; Algeria)
- Institute for eGovernment (Potsdam, Germany)
- Institute for Geoscience (University of Tübingen; Germany)
- Integrated Financial Group, Inc. (Newtown, PA)
- Integrity Financial Groups (Murray, UT)
- Inter-Frame Gap
- International Facilities Group (Northbrook, Illinois)
- International Freight Gateway
- Invesco Funds Group, Inc
- Investing For Growth
- Islamic Fighting Group (Libya)
- Iwision Finance Group (Australia)
- Image Size, Focal Distance, Object Size/Ground Coverage, Focal Distance (Formula; US Navy photography)
- Incentive Funding Grant Application
- Independent Funeral Group of America
- Indiana Flower Growers Association
- Information for Governmental Agencies
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ANTONIA JUHASZ Project Director, International Forum on Globalization, and co-author of the upcoming 2nd edition of Alternatives to Economic Globalization: A Better World Is Possible Globalization is not an inevitable process.
Views from the South: The Effects of Globalization and the WTO on Third World Countries edited by Sarah Anderson Food First Books & International Forum on Globalization.